Alysha Clark dedicates her third WNBA Championship to her late father: “We did it, Pops. We really did it. Can you believe it? After all this shit.… We did it. Thank you for being my Sixth Man."
Women in Sports
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Angela Lee opens up about her mental health: “Some days are good, some are tough, but each day I choose to keep fighting.”
Peanut Tuitele shares her story: “I am no longer a victim. Or just a survivor. I feel like now, finally, I have a voice. And a story to tell.”
England forward Alessia Russo hears a message from her mom, Carol, at the World Cup.
Kerolin writes a letter to her mother thanking her for her never-ending guidance, love and support: “When everything seemed lost, you showed me that it was essential to be solid and resilient.”
Alyssa Thompson’s mom shares a message with her daughter as the USWNT forward makes her World Cup debut.
Aitana Bonmatí in her own words: “Cuando eres una niña que crece en Cataluña, los años de Pep pertenecen a la leyenda. Xavi, Iniesta, Busquets, Messi.... Conoces al equipo, ¿no?”
This is Aitana Bonmatí, in her own words: “I’ll be giving 200% to help the team at this World Cup.”
Marta is dedicating this World Cup to little girls everywhere: “We have come so far. And I am beyond excited to see where things go next.”
Take a look behind the scenes of Atlanta Dream rookie Haley Jones' WNBA Draft experience, just weeks after her final NCAA tournament run with Stanford. Haley shares never before seen camcorder footage from draft day, and talks through the entire process.
Naomi Girma pens a letter to Katie Meyer: “There are friends, and then there are true friends. Katie Meyer was a true friend, in every sense of the word.”
People in Ireland always talk about the men’s first World Cup, in Italy in 1990. We want this to be our Italia ’90.
Kimi Werner, Tobin Heath, Angel McCoughtry and Natalie Coughlin gathered together to discuss championing women in business.
Ibtihaj Muhammad wanted to create change in the fashion industry, so she took matters into her own hands and started her own clothing brand.
Natalie Coughlin’s decision to start a wine business started with a simple text message. Hear her share her experience as a small business owner and how she juggles it all.
We’ve got Chicago Sky teammates Dana Evans and Kahleah Copper at the Nail Salon this week! ?
Crystal Bradford isn’t giving up: “I still believe I can have a successful career in the W. I’m not there yet, but I’m finally close to where I want to be.”
We’re excited to share some of the exclusive behind-the-scenes images — along with video Haley herself captured along the way.
This week we’ve got a certified BUCKET on the pod! She’s the Big East Player of the Year, led the country in scoring this season and became the all-time leading scorer in Villanova history (men or women, might we add) with 2,896 points – Maddy Siegrist!
We’re dunkin’ on you this week!!! Sometimes I Hoop is back recording from Stan U with a key member of the Funky Four … Fran Belibi! Fran and Haley discuss their four years playing at Stanford, coming up through USA Basketball, and their funniest moments.
March Madness is here! We’ve got a Sunday Selection episode with none other than the other half of Stanford’s dynamic duo, Cameron Brink! Haley and Cam break down how they were unsure if they’d get the 1 seed and what they’re expecting for the tournament.
We’ve heard from top college hoopers all season long, but this week we’re gonna hear from their mamas! Haley sits down with her Day One, Ms. Monique Jones, along with the moms of Rhyne Howard, Aliyah Boston and Jordan Horston.
This week we’ve got Tar Heel superstar, Deja Kelly, on the pod to discuss everything from which conference she thinks is slacking, to her NIL experiences, to how UNC is ready for tournament play. Tune in!
The U.S. Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey Team reveals their locker room playlist .